Essay heading: "Examining the Lack of Application of Path Goal Theories of Leadership in Corporate Panama".

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As we have analyzed in class and our findings, we can state that Leadership theories, seen from the perspective of motivation, and Goal Pursuance within a group, is susceptible to constant changes, development, and radical evolution. Having said that, Path Goal Theory can be described as the constant evolution of the Expectancy Theory which translates into the ability of the leader to inject motivation into his/her subordinates based on the ability to create a picture clear image of the Goal at hand, validation on the subordinates capabilities to perform the tasks at hand, and the rewards to be obtain once the Goals are met...
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Recent studies have derived a latter theory called the Hope Theory (HT) which is also based on Positive Psychology. Positive Psychology is interested in the study of the drivers that has made individuals, societies, and civilizations to prosper and Flourish (Helland & Winston, 2005). The interrelation of the Positive Psychology, the Hope Theory, and the Path Goal Theory is a very symbiotic one...
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